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Gena Asher Honored For Work On WFIU’s Profiles

She picks up three awards for interviews; one program moves on to a national contest.

(Bloomington, IN) – May 1, 2012 – Gena Asher has won three awards from the Woman’s Press Club of Indiana, all for interviews conducted for the WFIU program Profiles.

She picked up a first-place award for her Profiles with Michael Koryta, a second-place nod for her conversation with Jerry Slocum, and an honorable mention for the Profiles installment with Christoph Irmscher.

These honors were given out at the annual Woman’s Press Club of Indiana banquet on May 19 at the Garrison at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis.

The interview with Michael Koryta will move on to a national competition. Those results will be announced at the National Federation of Press Women conference September 22.

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